swish[ swish ]SEE DEFINITION OF swish
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SWISH
We heard the swish of the boughs, heavy with new snow, and then silence.
Obediently he wheeled to the left, and I caught the swish of his sword as it left the scabbard.
His ears, strained to listen, had caught the swish of a woman's gown.
I sprang aft: but in the roar of wind and swish and thud of sea could not hear him.
They did as they were bidden, and then the little man said, “Swash, swish!”
At a hundred yards I gave the signal, and heard the clank and swish of the discharge.
They did as they were bidden, and then the little man said, "Swash, swish!"
There was a swish of petticoats, and she was standing at the side of her chair.
Now and again one heard the swish and the "plop" of gas-shells.
Never had the swish of a woman's skirt sounded so sweet to her before.